• More details on Apple iCloud Music Service before the official release on WWDC

    Posted on June 3rd, 2011 David Brooks No comments

    From the Apple Press, it has been widely known that Apple will officially introduce its Apple iCloud Music service on the Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) this June 6. And right a few days before this big conference, we could have more details about Apple iCloud Music Service from LATimes.

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    According to LATimes, in the preliminary stage, Apple iCloud Music Service will allow users to save their iTunes music onto the iCloud Music Service sever and enjoy music from Web browsers or Apple devices. Apple provides free trial period for users who purchase music from iTunes, and when it is out of trial period, users have to pay $25 per year for the iCloud service, much lower than the previous $99 MobileMe service.

    It is also reported that Apple has contracted with the Universal Music Group to prepare for the Apple iCloud Music service. Plus the previously contracts with Sony, Warner and EMI, Apple seems to have made enough preparation work for its iCloud service.

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